While famous for its whisky, the island also has many beautiful
beaches and several interesting historical sites. Its many leisure
facilities include golf, swimming or diving around some of the many
local shipwrecks. The office is located in Bowmore, the island’s
largest town. The ceremony rooms are tastefully decorated and
can accommodate up to 25 people. It also has disabled access and
car parking facilities.
Jura is situated in the Southern Inner Hebrides, just off the west
coast of Scotland. You can travel via Islay by taking the car ferry
from Kennacraig or by flying from Glasgow Airport to Islay. You can
also travel with Jura Passenger Ferry direct to Jura from Tayvallich in
the summer season. The local Registrar is based in the Jura Service
Point in Craighouse, the main village on the Island.
You can travel to the Isle of Colonsay by ferry from Oban. There are
many interesting walks and stunning sandy beaches on the island.
Civil marriages can be conducted in various locations including the
hall which can accommodate intimate parties of four or larger
celebrations for up to 100 people.
A 20-minute crossing from Tayinloan on the A83 brings you to the
charming island of Gigha. Known as God's Island, Gigha has been
owned by its islanders since 2001. The island has a number of
suitable venues – ask your Registrar who will be able to help you.
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